Prime suspects are a hedge-fund billionaire with a thing for young girls, a bartender with a sketchy past, and right smack in the middle of it, Crawford's girlfriend, a beautiful, conniving gallery owner, ready to do whatever it takes to move up a bracket or two.
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By OBreader on 03-05-17
Can't stay away..
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Loved this story. Fun, tight, unexpected, engaging. I want to follow these characters wherever they go!
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By Trish R. on 29-05-17
Really enjoyed it..
OK, let me start by saying I almost didn’t get this book because of the name. Usually if a book has the word “nasty” in it nine out of ten times it’s an erotic book, or porn. But I decided to go with it since it was called a Charlie Crawford Mystery. I'm glad I did get it.
I admit I was confused for a while, wondering why Nick was even part of this book since he didn’t have a thing to do with the dead guy, Darryl Bill, or any bad guy. But then later on he was mixed into the story and I was no longer confused, I was excited to see what would happen next to all the players.
The bad guy, Jaynes, was some kind of idiot. He was a Billionaire and too stupid not to kill someone? Unbelievable!! And the other two were only interested in killing to make a name for themselves. Oh, and there was Nick, too. He just thought way too much of himself.
I did like the main players, though: Charlie, Dominica, Ott and Misty. The boss was somewhat of an idiot. BUT I loved Alcie. He was an awesome character.
There was NO SEX in this book, (so it wasn’t “Nasty,”) and the F-bomb was used 65 times. The word “said” was used 885 times in this 288 page book, that’s a lot. But other words were used enough for it not to be quite so annoying.
As to the narration: Hmmm…I liked him a lot then I didn’t like him at all. His men’s voices were simply fabulous but his women’s weren’t worth a damn. Fortunately, there weren’t’ that many women in the book. I would definitely listen to him again.
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